[Scons-users] My tree is different when calling --tree from sub-folder and from root

William Blevins wblevins001 at gmail.com
Sat Dec 17 22:14:55 EST 2016


Your build should always have a default target. It will be your current
directory "." or your root project directory "/". By using a directory
target, this implies also all targets built inside "this" directory
(whichever that might be) and all targets that are built recursively under
"this" directory tree. You might not have targets, but that is purely

The default target information was very explicitly stated in the links I


On Sat, Dec 17, 2016 at 8:03 PM, Pierre-Luc Boily <pierreluc.boily at gmail.com
> wrote:

> Sorry for the confusion.
> From what I understood, my problem was that my targets were not located
> neither in variant dir nor in current dir.  That is why I decided to create
> a dummy target in current dir.
> By doing this, scons -u correctly kicks in when I have an out of date
> source.  I tried scons -U, but I got the message that I have no default
> target.  Actually, it is true, my whole program doesnt have any target nor
> default target (which might be bad?)
> thx
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